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    Haze v velvet

    Is there a benifit between one or the other of the dodo juice purple haze or blue velvet, which one is used most by you guys. Would you reccomend either one over the HD wax as my car is quite a dark blue.

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    Both are desigend for darker colours.
    Some say that blue velvet is slightly more durable due to it being a hard wax but there is only a marginal change in recipe to make it a hard wax.
    Purple haze is one I dont get on with and I have used plenty of all of them.
    For ease of application and a nice finish then rainforest rub is a cracker and the cheapest of the bunch.
    Juiced edition gives a wetter look and supernatural has its own unique warm carnauba glow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottbt View Post
    Both are desigend for darker colours.
    Some say that blue velvet is slightly more durable due to it being a hard wax but there is only a marginal change in recipe to make it a hard wax.
    Purple haze is one I dont get on with and I have used plenty of all of them.
    For ease of application and a nice finish then rainforest rub is a cracker and the cheapest of the bunch.
    Juiced edition gives a wetter look and supernatural has its own unique warm carnauba glow.
    Thanks for that m8, Which one would you reccomend to go over lime prime. Have only used HD once, gave good beading results. Just never impressed me to much on the finish.

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    Personal choices are rainforest rub and the flip side would be supernatural.
    One is less than £30 the other can be found for £60 - £90.
    The key with dodo juice waxes is layering.
    2-3 even coats will see you out a good few months.

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    Cheers for your help scottbt, will get some rainforest ordered.

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    Layer it over the space of 1-2 weeks and im sure you will enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottbt View Post
    Layer it over the space of 1-2 weeks and im sure you will enjoy it.
    Will do m8.

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